Natural History Association
Zion Natural History Association (ZNHA) is a non-profit organization
established in 1929 to support education, research, publication
and other programs for the benefit of Zion National Park, Cedar
Breaks National Monument, and Pipe
Spring National Monument. Financial support by ZNHA
members combines with the sales from our bookstores to provide
the parks with approximately $600,000 in aid annually. The educational
arm of ZNHA is the Zion Canyon Field Institute
(ZCFI) which provides dozens of hands-on one- to three-day seminars
each year. The fundraising division of ZNHA is the Zion National Park Foundation. The foundation is the official fundraising partner of Zion National Park. The retail operations of ZNHA fund the overhead of the foundation, making it possible for more than 90 percent of Foundation-generated funds to go directly to important Projects in Zion National Park. Click here to make a donation.
Membership is crucial to our Mission
in ZNHA not only sustains the programs listed above, but also helps
finance the free Junior Ranger Programs
for children, and publications such as the "Zion Map and
Guide" received upon entrance to Zion National Park.
Zion Natural History Association
ZNHA members receive 20% discount on most Zion Canyon
Field Institute workshops and 20% off all purchases from the visitor centers at Cedar Breaks, Kolob and in Zion as well as the Human History Musem and on our website. Plus members receive various
premiums and gifts based on the membership category. Become
a ZNHA member today.
The mission of ZION NATURAL HISTORY ASSOCIATION
(ZNHA) is to provide financial support and educational services that
support the interpretation of the natural and cultural resources of
southern Utah and northern Arizona, with an emphasis on Zion National
Park, Pipe Spring and Cedar Breaks National Monuments and their visitors.
here to join the Zion Natural History Association now
Canyon Field Institute
The mission of ZION CANYON FIELD INSTITUTE
(ZCFI) is to EDUCATE and INSPIRE local, national, and international
visitors to the park. ZCFI offers 1-, 2- and 3-day outdoor education
classes on a wide variety of topics including plants and animals,
cultural resources, and photography.
Click here to view all the Programs and Seminars of the Zion Canyon